Grace After Works : The Relevancy of Works to Grace
Starting with the Bible and using latter-day verse to clarify and strengthen the Biblical teachings on the subjects of grace and works, this effort endeavors to provide the reader with a fresh and independent look at the relationship of Grace to Works. It undertakes to answer how each is a necessary and complimentary component toward the goal of achieving exaltation. This book organizes many of the various scattered scriptural teachings on the subjects of Grace and Works, which by themselves today may confuse rather than depict fully what the inspired authors then wrote and intended at that time for their select audiences.
- Paperback | 178 pages
- 152 x 229 x 10mm | 248g
- 06 Nov 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About Dennis D Doddridge
Dennis Doddridge was raised as a Protestant, attending a number of different denominations in his youth. His father, Fredrick J. Doddridge, freelanced part time as an independent minister, preaching what today would be regarded as an Evangelical perception of the Bible. When Dennis was about twelve years old, his father decided to look for a faith that had more answers than questions. After some searching he came across the LDS Church. The idea that they could really be the restored Church of Jesus Christ intrigued him and he invited the LDS missionaries to their home. The entire family was taught the restored Gospel and baptized. Dennis has served in many positions over the last 50+ years in the Church, such as a full-time missionary in West Germany, as a Sunday School teacher, as a [Stake] Seventy, and in various Priesthood leadership positions. Dennis, now semi-retired, enjoys studying and writing, particularly about the Gospel.